Microsoft Corp. has agreed to modify an online shopping feature in Windows, clearing up concerns that it might be a breach of the company's landmark antitrust settlement.
A report released by IDC shows that PC shipments have reached record levels as battle for market leadership continues. HP topped the list with the most shipments in Q4 2003.
Only 10 per cent of junk e-mail complies with a new U.S. anti-spam law, according to two days' worth of messages analyzed by a spam filtering vendor.
Sennheiser introduced their new 500 series headphones at CES last week.
Case could affect online advertising practice of 'keying'.
The World Wide Web Consortium released on Thursday their recommended framework for Web-development targeted at devices such as TVs, PDAs, smart phones and domestic appliances.
A new study by META Group says that only 45% of computer users will have a traditional desktop as their primary computer by 2006.
The most important event of the year has come and gone in a matter of days. Didn't make it out to this years CES? Don't worry we got you covered.
SiS announced its new SiS965L Southbridge today, which supports the new PCI-Express standard.
Nokia today unveiled the 6620, the first smartphone for the Americas market optimized for use on new high-speed EDGE networks.
A judge upheld a jury's decision requiring Microsoft Corp. to pay $520 million on grounds that its popular Internet Explorer browser infringed on a patent.
Intel Corp. has delayed the roll-out of its new line of microprocessors for notebook computers by a few months after a recent validation test found problems.
Yahoo! ranks first in a new list of Internet properties as reported by comScore Media Metrix.
Panasonic's D-snap line of imaging products combine light weight and small size with quality optics.
Designtechnica was in Las Vegas for the 2004 Consumer Electronics Show, the largest trade show in the world. In this article, we talk about the latest technologies and the coolest products on exhibit.